Get Ready for Week Three

We're getting ready for another great night of high school football, and, of course, we'll cover it all with the KICKS 105 Friday Night Frenzy powered by Kelly's Truck Parts.

One of our games of the week from last Friday proved to be GAME OF THE WEEK,  as the Woodville Eagles scored a one-point upset over the Newton Eagles 23-22.  Watch out for Woodville this year, they are stout. In fact, they were great enough to make our You So Totally Rock Top Ten Teams of the Night, which we'll get to in just a bit.

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The KICKS 105 Friday Night Football Frenzy airs from 9 - 11 pm and is full of features celebrating football and those who make Friday nights special.  Let's take a look back and a look ahead.

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Last week, we presented three games in our game of the week segment, but the only game that lived up to the hype was the Newton/Woodville game. This week we will once again feature 3 games of the week.


By far, this game stands out to be this Friday's most anticipated in all of East Texas.  The Timpson Bears are on a quest to bring home a state championship this year, and they have started well with back-to-back wins.  Thanks to losses by Refugio and Shiner, Timpson finds themselves as the number one team in the state in Class 2A - Division One. Daingerfield is ranked 2nd in the state in Class 3A - Division Two.  They are also undefeated early in the season.

I think the Bears take this game...just too much offensive firepower.  Daingerfield may stay close for the first half, but I'm going with a final score of:

Timpson - 41....Daingerfield - 21


The Tenaha Tigers are ranked #9 in the state in Class 2A - Division 2.  They have had close wins against West Sabine and San Augustine.  Meanwhile, the Rams blasted Arp to start the season before falling in a nailbiter to state powerhouse, Beckville.

Joaquin comes from the same district as West Sabine and San Augustine, but the rams are a big step up in competition from what Tenaha has faced so far this year.  I think the Rams win in a high scoring game:

Joaquin 33...Tenaha 27


The Panthers have checked the boxes in turning things around from last year's season.  Lufkin was been impressive in their wins against Tyler Legacy and Nacogdoches. But, how will they stack up against the #3 team in Class 5A - Division One? The Tigers, who will be playing their 3rd straight home game, have blown by Huntsville and a high school team from Mexico so far this year.

I'll be pulling the Pack to pull off this upset, but I'm going to have to go with stats over emotion.

A&M Consolidated 34...Lufkin 23

FNF Band of the Week Powered by Brown Family Health Center

This will be the first time we salute a band of the week.  In the previous two weeks, we've recognized Diboll Dazzlers and Huntington Highsteppers drill teams.

We are saluting the Woodville Mighty Eagle Marching Band. Seniors on the squad are Kyson Hensarling, Adrianna Stark,  A'Niyah Betts, Emily Purcell, and Austin Davis. Gabrielle Chandler is the band director. They are going to a UIL contest at Port Neches - Groves on October 15. They are also an active band in the community!

Contributed Photo/ Stephanie Bonds, Gabrielle Chandler
Contributed Photo/ Stephanie Bonds, Gabrielle Chandler
Contributed Photo/ Stephanie Bonds, Gabrielle Chandler
Contributed Photo/ Stephanie Bonds, Gabrielle Chandler

FNF Student-Athletes of the Week Powered by Pilgrim's Lufkin

Usually, we designate this weekly honor for those that do well in sports other than football.  This time around, we'd like to recognize a group of 63 Angelina County students who have been the commitment to be this year's installment of the Drug Free All Stars.

Contributed Photo/The Coalition
Contributed Photo/The Coalition

Front row, from left to right: Nicholas Reyna, Kylie Ridings, Ally Lea, Allie Pierce, Hannah Spikes, and Cate Barrett. Second row, from left to right: Gerson Bruton, Perla Tovar, Sydney Ross, Isabel Contreras, Marley Martin, Addyson Soderquist, Iyonna Card, Shadye Forrest, Kaylor Vazquez. Third row, from left to right: Dayenara Lopez, Sariah Cruz, Mikaili Turner, Kathryn Teague, Jacqueline Silva, Chloe Camp, Breanna Hodges, and Helena Nerren. Fourth row, from left to right: Macy True, Jordan Hardy, Sophia Woods, Alex Haney, Claire Berry, Mehki Matthews, Kylee Wallace and Jackie Escobedo. Fifth row, from left to right: Kennady Mann, Haven Fant, Ashton Martin-Kibbey, Macie Bearden, Erin Jones, Rachel Bonnin, Kinsey Lucas, and Mackenzie McCaslin. Sixth row, from left to right: Shemarian Harrison, Haley Wallace, Kaelyn Abbott, Abi Martinez, Abby Bennett, Chip Buchanan, and Landon Mundt. Seventh row, from left to right: Jacob Quick, Carson McKnight, Jake King, Carson Basham, Cole Davis, Russell Reid, Randy Stephens, Wyatt Murray, and Andrew Alamo.  Top row, from left to right: Landon Campbell, John Flowers, Travis Murray, Grant Ashby, Preston Jelinek, Alejandro Vazquez, and Pranav Rao. Not pictured is Kimberly Lopez.

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  • Each Friday we'll be highlighting some of the top rushers and runs of the night. In last Friday's upset win over Newton, Woodville's Jatavian Taylor rushed for over 100 yards including a 98-yard touchdown scamper in the first half of the game. Terry Bussey of Timpson also rushed for over 100 yards and scored 6 rushing touchdowns in the Bear's victory over Jefferson.

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  • Every Friday, some of the underdogs pull off the upset, and our Stunners of the Night spotlight some of those games.
    • We knew it had the makings of a great game, but would Woodville be able to pull off the upset against state-ranked Newton.  The answer to that was yes, albeit by one point, 23-22.

FNF You So Totally Rock Top 10 Teams of the Night Powered by Whataburger

  • Maybe it was a huge upset, maybe it was a very convincing win, maybe it was a last-second win...this is where we select the top teams of the night.  Here are the Top 10 Teams from Friday, September 2 (in no particular order)
    • Lufkin moves to 2-0 as they coast past rival Nacogdoches
    • Jasper comes from behind to take down Palestine
    • Rusk is 2-0, winning by 32 points in each victory
    • Timpson continues to show why they are #1 in the state
    • Garrison pulled out a squeaker against Arp to remain perfect on the season
    • Hemphill is for real.  They've outscored their opponents 105-12
    • Colmesneil roughs up KIPP East End, 50-6.
    • Corrigan-Camden, the Bulldogs are now 2-0 with a convincing win over Elkhart
    • Center didn't need overtime as they crushed Spring Hill.

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